Questionnaires about the city’s ban on overnight parking have been mailed to 6,000 randomly selected Pasadena households.
City Directors are re-evaluating the 35-year-old ordinance that prohibits parking on city streets between 2 and 6 a.m. The re-evaluation began after the city stepped up enforcement in July to aid street-sweeping operations and some recipients of $20 tickets complained.
The questionnaires must be returned by Dec. 17. The board will discuss the ordinance in February.